Fire and Grace
August 24, 2:30pm, The Rose Room, Burradoo
Fire and Grace is an eclectic collaboration between Grammy award-winning guitarist William Coulter and violinist Edwin Huizinga. This unique duo explores the connective musical elements of classical, folk, and contemporary traditions from around the world. Fire and Grace's repertoire is vast, ranging from Bach to Vivaldi, tango to Celtic tunes, traditional Bulgarian to American fiddle tunes and waltzes, all played with a sense of discovery and commitment to the elements of passion and virtuosity - fire and grace - found in these diverse traditions. Don't miss two of North America's finest musicians as they make their Australian debut. Tickets and info at www.fireandgracemusic.live. The performance is approximately one hour in length. Tickets $35 adults, $30 concession, $5 under 18
And No More Shall We Part
August 23 - 24 at 7pm, August 25 2pm, Bundanoon Soldiers' Memorial Hall
This month, Bundanoon's Melting Pot Theatre will perform Tom Holloway's award winning play And No More Shall We Part. Starring Bundanoon's brilliant Miranda Lean and new-comer to the stage Christopher Downie. Tom Holloway's beautiful play is a testament to the power of love and the indomitability of the human spirit. Don and Pam have lived together most of their lives, the kids have grown up and moved on, but now, suddenly, she wants to leave him - or that's how it seems to him at least. And No More Shall We Part looks at what happens to a relationship when death comes into the room. Tickets are $15.50 each and can be purchased via the trybooking website: www.trybooking.com/BDTXE
In search of Giddy Gird Bird
August 25, 11am, Sutton Forest Hall
In Search of the Giddy Gird Bird is a puppet show for the whole family. Salty the old sea dog is looking for treasure. It's not gold or money he seeks but the rare Giddy Gird Bird. With beautiful marionettes the show is sure to delight. Tickets are available at the door. Adults $15, children (2 years and over) $11, groups of four or more $10.50 each.
August 25, 9am - 2pm, Berrima Public School
The schoolyard market is not to be missed with more than 50 stalls on offer. There will be children's activities galore including a jumping castle, cars and a playground. There will also be live music, and the school's Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Café. The event is set to be a fantastic market to buy presents, useful items, fresh produce and other delicious food. Stalls include handmade artisan items, jewellery, fashion, homewares and so much more. Pop in for a fun-filled day with the family at Berrima Public School this Sunday.